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Apr 24, 2024: These boxes are for good “we’ll meet at Miffy”, Peter said and I knew exactly where that was. They had just come back from Roy Scholten’s printing …

Apr 23, 2024: Heb je wel een eigen site nodig? “Webbing” the IndieWeb – Tracy Durnell: Is requiring a website to participate something the IndieWeb community prioritizes enough to disregard the …

Apr 14, 2024: Ik heb mijn About-pagina aangevuld met podcasts waar ik te gast was. Vooral om te praten over indieweb en decentrale sociale netwerken.

Apr 14, 2024: Cory Doctorow’s linkdump of today is so dense with great quotes and stories, it’ll keep you clicking and learning a full day. Enshittification came to …

Apr 13, 2024: Patti Astor, who co-founded the renowned Fun Gallery in New York City, has passed away at the age of 74. She was known for her advocacy of graffiti …

Apr 12, 2024: It is great to see all sorts of small blogging platforms popping up. I might have to take the time to create an overview in a post, but for now I want …

Apr 12, 2024: I love Readwise. I don’t use it too often but I love how they create a universe for my read-later pages, PDF’s, newsletters and since a few days, RSS. …

Apr 9, 2024: Elke XKCD comic is waanzinnig, maar deze machine is next level awesome! Lekker knutselen!

Apr 9, 2024: Ik laat nu Micro.blog zien aan Kirsten Jassies, bekend van de Podcast over Social Media

Apr 6, 2024: I’m halfway into @annaleen@wandering.shop ‘s The Future of Another Timeline and I feel I should’ve made my own notes on who does what with whom where …

Apr 6, 2024: The first sunny day of spring and there is a long queue at the local ice-cream parlor. Totally worth it!

Apr 6, 2024: It’s the first weekend of the new month. So I have updated my /NOW-page.

Apr 5, 2024: 30 years ago today... I still miss Kurt. What kind of music would he make if he was still here? And to give you some perspective, in 1994 it was 30 years since Sam Cooke …

Apr 4, 2024: Kagi update #2: Well thát escalated quickly… After the glowing reviews, I also found concerns about the ethical choices of the company. It all comes …

Apr 4, 2024: I am already in love with Kagi Smallweb! Here’s the first Kagi follow-up: Oh my, will you just LOOK at Kagi Small Web! A collection of handpicked personal homepages you can browse through, …

Apr 4, 2024: I read two glowing reviews about searchengine Kagi. Yesterday by 404 Media, today Cory Doctorow, who explains it as “Kagi is a heavily customized, …

Apr 3, 2024: Embrace the messy beauty of note-taking Richard from Writing Slowly commented on my bookmark about messy notes with a post of his own called “When it comes to writing notes, how much …

Mar 31, 2024: System Violators One of my favorite subreddits is /r/oldschoolcool. It’s “a pictorial and video celebration of history’s coolest kids, everything …

Mar 30, 2024: 📚 Currently reading: The Future of Another Timeline by Annalee Newitz (@Annaleen@wandering.shop) “The mind-blowing punk feminist sci-fi time …

Mar 30, 2024: Open Space format in a professional setting One of the finest birthdays I visited was the Unconference Birthday by Ton Zijlstra and his family. It was not your regular birthday, but a gathering …

Mar 30, 2024: The Imperfectionist: The life-changing magic of not tidying up: Impose too much order on your notes, and you eliminate the serendipitous connections …

Mar 30, 2024: Comments are back! For a couple of weeks I noticed my comments were off below each post. I like to have multiple options to respond for you, my dear reader, so I dove …

Mar 24, 2024: The Whimsical Wheelybot Lives! One of my hobbies to keep me off the screen, is building miniatures from existing materials. Today I finished my first ever beadbot, I call it the …

Mar 24, 2024: The Breakfast Club is 40 years young today Today is March 24, 2024. 40 years ago, 5 students were locked up for a day at Shermer High School to write an essay on Who They Are. During the day, …

Mar 23, 2024: For some reason my old Digging the Digital blog got a ton of visitors the last two days. I have no idea why that happened. I have some basic analytics …

Mar 22, 2024: The session by @nicole@pkm.social and @zsviczian@pkm.social on the use of Excalidraw in Obsidian for tabletop RPG’s was insane. I knew …

Mar 22, 2024: How to deal with a growing collection of notes Today and tomorrow I will take tons of notes on talks and workshops about note-taking, personal knowledge management and working in your digital …

Mar 22, 2024: So now I follow @manton on his Threads account @manton@threads.net. With my Mastodon account @frank@indieweb.social. Whilst posting about it on …

Mar 21, 2024: So here’s me testing if this small post will show up on the timeline but not on the frontpage of my blog. And come to think of it, surely it will show …

Mar 20, 2024: Another fine example on how the small and personal web is so much more fun and human. This morning I asked on the micro.blog help-forum how I could …

Mar 20, 2024: Can anyone help with how I show my micro.blog-based blogroll in a way I want it formatted?

Mar 20, 2024: “my own habits–how often do I have personal data on my phone in a public place? My website lists plenty of information about me, and other …

Mar 18, 2024: This weekend I will be at the PKM Summit in my hometown of Utrecht. A two-day community-based event on everything regarding Personal Knowledge …

Mar 18, 2024: The fine people at Neatnik keep coming with cool stuff. Next to the omg.lol universe, this summer we will see web1.land. I love the domainname. I love …

Mar 18, 2024: I love reading the latest P&B with Sara Joy. Her blogging adventures are filled with relatable stories and I really enjoy her recommendations of …

Mar 17, 2024: The Gaslight Anthem live in Utrecht The last time I saw The Gaslight Anthem live, they had just released their breakthrough album “The ’59 Sound”, way back in 2009. After that, I sort of …

Mar 16, 2024: De tweede Dungeons and Dragons quest met het hele gezin was weer de moeite waard. We zijn veilig in het stadje Phandalin aangekomen. Om daarna samen …

Mar 16, 2024: Irene en Karin ken ik inmiddels al jaren uit de Nederlandse weblogwereld. Zij zijn recent het platform Rocktheblog gestart, een blog over bloggen. Met …

Mar 16, 2024: Voor de weblog-geschiedschrijvers onder u, ik heb mijn weblog-geschiedenis eens op een rij gezet. Van 2000 tot nu. Alle titels, alle URLs.

Mar 16, 2024: Zin in de dag! Vandaag spelen we het tweede hoofdstuk van het Dungeons and Dragons avontuur waar we in februari mee begonnen. Het complete gezin …

Mar 13, 2024: Blogrolls are on a roll! (I know, I’ll see myself out…) Even de OG Blogfather Dave Winer now has a blogroll on his homepage and started a dedicated …

Mar 12, 2024: Jim Nielsen’s short manifesto professes his love to the hyperlink Interconnectedness is the whole point. Links form the whole. Without links, there is …

Mar 11, 2024: Blogrolls are your personal algorithm I’m kicking the tires of the new recommendations and blogrolls option in Micro.blog. Last november and december I confessed my love for these …

Mar 10, 2024: An update to my previous post about SXSW. There is a good groupblog from a couple of Dutch attendees. It is in Dutch, but Deepl Translate can do …

Mar 10, 2024: SXSW isn’t all that popular on the social networks I frequent nowadays. The music/film/interactive festival in Austin used to be all over the …

Mar 9, 2024: Blogs for my 17-year-old daughter “Hey dad…”, she says, as she walks in the room, “here’s the thing… I want to be less on social media. I get stressed, annoyed, it’s just too much. I …

Mar 7, 2024: Dune: Part Two. What a ride. We watched it yesterday in ScreenX, a panoramic film format with dual-sided, 270-degree screens projected on the walls in …

Mar 7, 2024: I love how Colin titles his blogpost “The greatest productivity hack of all time” since it feels clickbaity. But following Colin for a …

Mar 6, 2024: Oh I love how the site for XOXO Fest 2024 lets you play with the light/dark toggle. Try it for yourself.

Mar 3, 2024: Finally got around to update my NOW-page again. It’s been a while…

Mar 3, 2024: Finished 1984 Finished listening: 1984 by George Orwell 📚 This book will stay with me for a long long time. Of course I was already familiar with the synopsis of …

Mar 3, 2024: Well…here’s another rabbithole for me to get lost in… Child themes for Tiny Theme, made in CSS. Please give me a gallery with …

Mar 3, 2024: I discovered I didn’t change the profile of my Indieweb.social Mastodon account to point to this blog as well. Since Mastodon has built-in …

Mar 2, 2024: Took a walk to the city for some errands. It’s a beautiful day, the sun is shining. I felt good and with the Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy as an …

Feb 29, 2024: 🍿 Time to watch Dune: Part One to make sure I’m ready for Part Two.

Feb 28, 2024: 🔖 freemediaheckyeah FMHY - Freemediaheckyeah: The largest collection of free stuff on the internet! Software, guides, torrenting, that kind of stuff. Have fun :-)

Feb 28, 2024: Ik lig ziek in bed. Balen. Weer veel last van vermoeidheidsverschijnselen. Dus veel slapen en uitrusten. Maar wel blij dat we kortgeleden een TV met …

Feb 25, 2024: We slayed goblins and played our first D&D session How would you react if your 12-year old son would slay a goblin in one go with his gigantic axe? While his fairy wizard mother looks in the back, …

Feb 21, 2024: Time to hit the arcade again It has been almost a year since the last time we visited the National Videogame Museum here in the Netherlands. It’s not really a museum in the …

Feb 17, 2024: I think I’m a background character (NPC as the game parlance goes?) in the Pokemon-cards-unpacking vlog of a supposedly famous Youtuber here at …

Feb 17, 2024: Me, my son and his best friend are at a local Pokemon fair. They talk in tongues right now. I have no clue about V-Max, Shinies, Mystery packs and …

Feb 10, 2024: Ik ben vandaag gestart in het audioboek van de klassieker 1984. Ik zag de film ooit en nu dus de Nederlandse versie van het audioboek. Ik hoef je niet …

Feb 7, 2024: Posting from Emacs to micro.blog One thing I love in open networks and decentralized services is the possibility to post from where ever you want. I could already do this in …

Feb 7, 2024: I like the new Tiny Theme 2.0 with Microhooks because Potential use-cases for this microhook are displaying posts based on category Which is something …

Feb 6, 2024: Burn on the Bayou, a tribute to CCR I love covers. I was a heavy listener of the podcast Coverville, I see it’s still going strong since 2004! But I digress. I love covers, I love …

Feb 5, 2024: Use visual tools to scratch your own itch If you read Jim’s story on how he helped himself to find out where specific newsletter traffic is coming from. And you have a bit of technical …

Feb 3, 2024: Vandaag vierden we de 12e verjaardag van Finn. Weer zo’n mijlpaal. Natuurlijk is hij al een flinke tiener, maar ergens is 12 zo’n extra …

Jan 31, 2024: If RSS and an RSS-reader is too much of a hassle for you, try out RSS By Email. Just send the URL you want to subscribe to and you’ll get …

Jan 28, 2024: Blogging is Punkrock Publishing James hits it on the right spot when he writes about the indie web: To have a personal website is, presently, an act of rebellion. It is a statement. …

Jan 27, 2024: Why does Facebook hide comments in a private group? In my last post (in Dutch) I wondered if I should join a Facebook group. I’ve been off this network for 6 years and I don’t miss it one …

Jan 26, 2024: MRI en reünie Ik mag me gelukkig prijzen als ik de berichten op Facebook lees in de Nederlandse groep van PSC patiënten. Inderdaad. Ik lees een groep op Facebook. …

Jan 24, 2024: A local browser startpage built with orgmode I am inspired by Andy’s venture to create a local startpage in his browser. It makes so much sense. It is a local page on your own computer, so …

Jan 24, 2024: Well… I started my day by messing up some configuration in my iOS feedreader Fiery Feeds. Which connects to my BazQux feedmanagement. Folders …

Jan 23, 2024: I love how a morning coffee and 20 minutes of mindmapping clears the mind. Cat Bowie is added to blur some words.

Jan 23, 2024: Well. Now I want my own booklist on this site to look like this as well. I love this! Also check out Chase’s mothership with some nice …

Jan 23, 2024: 🔖 Discover the IndieWeb, one blog post at a time. Indieblog.page: Discover the IndieWeb, one blog post at a time. I love the Open Random Blogpost in my bookmarkbar. At least once a day I just click it …

Jan 21, 2024: Incoming webmentions visible on micro.blog Today on Micro.blog News -: Added a new page to show incoming webmentions to your blog. You can find it under Account, near the Replies section. Well, …

Jan 21, 2024: How Buildings Learn 📚 Tonight I started in How Buildings Learn by Stewart Brand. I got this book as a gift from my good friend Ewout Wolff, when I organized the …

Jan 21, 2024: How I use Obsidian to make a weekly note every Sunday Sunday-morning for me is the perfect time to write my Weekly Notes in Obsidian. In my private weekly notes I summarise the previous week. I do this …

Jan 20, 2024: 🔖 Emissions from ChatGPT are much higher than from conventional search Emissions from ChatGPT are much higher than from conventional search • Wim Vanderbauwhede: it is possible that the emissions from a ChatGPT query are …

Jan 20, 2024: Bob den Otter (Pivot, Mijnkopthee, Two Kings) overleden Gisteren bereikte me het nieuws dat Bob den Otter is overleden. Bob is een van de echte Bloghelden van de Lage Landen. Hij is de maker van Pivot, de …

Jan 19, 2024: Finished reading: Harlem Shuffle: A Novel by Colson Whitehead 📚

Jan 19, 2024: The day starts with the streets full of snow here in Utrecht. Unfortunately my head feels like it’s stuffed with cotton. The flu has hit me hard …

Jan 14, 2024: Finished reading: De diepst verborgen herinnering van de mens (The Most Secret Memory of Man) by Mohamed Mbougar Sarr 📚. It’s not an easy story, …

Jan 14, 2024: My Sunday evening is quite chill, thank you very much. Yet, I am in doubt what to do. I can browse through my feedreader and enjoy all the great …

Jan 14, 2024: The newsletter Own Your Web (email/RSS) is once again a treat to read and click through. I love how Mattias collects, curates and creates every issue. …

Jan 14, 2024: The astronomy picture of the day is just stunning! I love how the editors add lots of background to the picture, with links to deeper information. In …

Jan 10, 2024: Great news from WordPress. Their Activitypub plugin is updated so “When you respond to comments from the fediverse on your blog, they will now …

Jan 10, 2024: Just blog In recent years, you could measure your social status (should you want to) (or consider it somewhat important) by the amount of birthday wishes on …

Jan 9, 2024: Erik geeft een mooi voorbeeld van een homegrown personal feedreader en mastodon client. Om zo weer meer eigenaarschap op je omline consumptie te …

Jan 6, 2024: I'm listening to literature I decided to start with audiobooks again. In the past, I listened to audiobooks and I quite liked it. Then podcasts took over, but I find myself …

Jan 3, 2024: Our daughter (17) came to me this afternoon and asked “Can I get into the 1Password Family account?” I did a little victory dance in my …

Jan 3, 2024: I’m mulling in my brain about a new blogpost. On how I think Obsidian is the more modern successor of Emacs. Based on extensibility, openness, …

Dec 31, 2023: Celebratory albums in 2024 It’s 2024 in a couple of hours on this side of the sun. This means a lot of great music from my adolescence is then 30 years young. Which means …

Dec 31, 2023: Listening to the Tijdloze 100 at Studio Brussel. A nice alternative list of timeless classics, in the alternative/rock genre. Take a look at the …

Dec 30, 2023: Bye bye Threads. I never really got into the network and it became a cesspool overnight.

Dec 29, 2023: I am just getting used to a blog revival in 2024 but already the Gopher revival is upon us according to Hackaday… oh my…

Dec 29, 2023: I see @jsonbecker has done a pull request to hide excluded categories as a feature in the Tiny Theme feed. So I guess I’ll just wait that one …

Dec 29, 2023: This is just a small test to work with a custom theme to hide specific categories of posts on my homepage and perhaps the RSS-feed. Small …

Dec 28, 2023: Building beadbots I finally bit the bullet and re-started my hobbyproject. Building miniatures. I am in no way good at this, and I try various styles and ideas. Today I …

Dec 28, 2023: Hyperlinks and language switches Since switching to a new blogging platform and writing in English, I have rediscovered a community. In the early days of blogging (early 2000s), I was …

Dec 28, 2023: I like what Amit states here: Start with titleless posts as the base, making them first-class citizens. Stitch the design around that. And then add …

Dec 26, 2023: Always check the keys to your social accounts What a way to start the day. I got a notification my Mastodon account was hacked. Well, not really my account, but the keys to an app I had authorized …

Dec 25, 2023: I am delighted with my new Midori A6 blank notebook. To celebrate Midori MD’s 15th anniversary, they invited Lindsay Arakawa to get creative …

Dec 24, 2023: Tree and gifts are ready. Food is almost. Happy Festivus all.

Dec 24, 2023: Funkopop yourself Yes… totally getting into the “Funkopop yourself” AI hypemachinery. You need to login and tweak the prompt. Maybe Funko already …

Dec 24, 2023: One thing I plan to do today is configure this script to export 10+ years of Day One posts in Obsidian. I will not stop using Day One, far from it, …

Dec 24, 2023: Obsidian Sync is the way to go in 2024 I just purchased Obsidian Sync for the coming year. Last Monday I attended the Obsidian Meetup in Utrecht, where synchronisation with mobile was …

Dec 23, 2023: Very happy to see that Bluesky now supports RSS for profiles. It would be great to be able to follow Bluesky profiles within your own Fediverse …

Dec 22, 2023: This was quite the week with highs and lows. But now work is done for 2023. I look forward to 10 days off with the family. We focus on doing not too …

Dec 19, 2023: I did two interviews today for upcoming articles for one of our clients. To be honest, it was quite draining emotionally. The last interview, we …

Dec 17, 2023: Sending out Christmas cards today. I still love this tradition. Thinking of unique messages and wishes for each receiver.

Dec 17, 2023: Maybe I don’t understand enough of ActivityPub but why can I find Adam Mosseri’s Threads account (www.threads.net/@mosseri/ or @mosseri@threads.net) …

Dec 13, 2023: This morning I was interviewed by a graduate student from the University of Applied Science Utrecht. Topic: The Fediverse and journalism. We talked at …

Dec 10, 2023: How to write about blogs On the topic of blogging and personal publishing, I found so many interesting articles and nuggets of wisdom the last couple of months through RSS …

Dec 9, 2023: We lost Shane MacGowan, frontman of The Pogues. Fortunately, we still have his wonderful music. And it’s absolutely fantastic to see how his …

Dec 9, 2023: Taming the Tool Box Tsunami Last week we bought some new furniture for our bedrooms, including new nightstands. The model we bought doesn’t stand beside the bed, but rather …

Dec 6, 2023: It is that time of year again. When December comes around it is time for the battle of battles. The avoidance of the hymn that lures us into dreams of …

Dec 5, 2023: I love the sound of satisfying puzzles in the morning… Wordle 899 2/6 ⬛⬛⬛⬛⬛ 🟩🟩🟩🟩🟩

Dec 4, 2023: Well… I have to be honest, it’s very cool to see my Stuck on Repeat album list on the Staff Picks at Album Whale. I know I don’t …

Dec 3, 2023: 🕹️Sundays are a great day to play some classic Playstation 1 games. Like Tony Hawk Pro Skater 2. The muscle memory is a bit rusty, but it’s still …

Dec 3, 2023: I used my morning to update the original Post to Micro.blog script for Drafts. When you use my script in Drafts, you’ll get a popup if it is a …

Dec 3, 2023: I love how people react to my innocent question about the blogroll. Thanks Tracy for your write-up on a community of strangers, Colin for the …

Dec 2, 2023: The monthly housekeeping notice that I updated my /NOW page (Both in Dutch and English this time!)

Nov 30, 2023: 📚 Ik ben vandaag gestart in De diepst verborgen herinnering van de mens van Mohamed Mbougar Sarr. Dankzij de nieuwsbrief van Ernst-Jan Pfauth kocht ik …

Nov 28, 2023: Every now and again, I just press the Surprise Me button on my site, because well… I like to surprise myself with my past writings. And today I …

Nov 28, 2023: The Neverending Story revisited A song that regularly settles into me like an earworm is Limahl’s “Neverending Story,” from the 1984 film of the same name. I was a …

Nov 25, 2023: It took me a few years but I finally bit the bullet and bought Things (both iOS and MacOS) with their Black Friday sale. It’s one of the best …

Nov 22, 2023: With a night of election results on the TV, reading up on til.tips. I think there are some DNS issues since not all links work yet. (@SimonWoods / …

Nov 22, 2023: Today it’s Election Day in the Netherlands. We vote for a new government (hopefully…). In my hometown Utrecht you can vote at the concert-venue Tivoli …

Nov 21, 2023: Next steps for blogrolls This is really interesting, how Feedland and OPML will work with a combination of categories. Suppose I subscribe to all three of these OPML files, …

Nov 21, 2023: Walking to work this morning, so my back gets more exercise. It’s always nice to get a fresh coffee at my favorite The Village Coffee and Music. Good …

Nov 20, 2023: 📺 Watching an incredible fun interview by 12 year old Logan from Ireland with punklegend Ian Mackaye (Minor Threat, Fugazi) “Punk is defined by one …

Nov 19, 2023: How Drummer and Micro.blog interop Since I was playing around with the Drummer outliner, I thought I’d try to see how the interoperability between Micro.blog and Drummer works. …

Nov 19, 2023: Just a small Sunday morning test to see how Drummer and Micro.blog work together. Edit: It just works. Nice.

Nov 18, 2023: Here we are. One year later. Testing all sorts of OPML editors to see if Drummer can help to be a central hub for blogrolls. I think it can…

Nov 18, 2023: Bluesky moves towards federation More interesting news from Bluesky: Toward Federation and an Open Network. A significant portion of my Twitter network has migrated to Bluesky. While …

Nov 18, 2023: Playing around with Feedland.com and OPML. Now that Feedland’s identityserver is WordPress ánd we know Tumblr is betting big on growing small …

Nov 18, 2023: Today’s plan was to visit Helldorado Festival in Eindhoven. A full day of loud music and good food. Due to the lingering back pain though, it is …

Nov 16, 2023: Are you following me? After a few days on micro.blog it occurred to me, I don’t have a clue who follows me. Or when someone starts following me. I know who I follow, …

Nov 15, 2023: Ik vind het fijn om te lezen dat mijn neef zijn blog net zo gebruikt als ik, writing is thinking out loud en werken met de garagedeur open: Arduino ✕ …

Nov 15, 2023: Unfortunately my lower back pain has worsened. I’m laying flat now since I can barely move. On paracetamol and Diclofenac gel for local relief. I hope …

Nov 15, 2023: 📚 I just finished Ted Chiang’s magnificent Stories of Your Life and Others and I made a new bookshelf “Will re-read” because I have …

Nov 15, 2023: I have acute back pain since yesterday evening. It really throws me off guard since every movement requires thinking and finding the least painful …

Nov 14, 2023: My blogroll now includes OPML My blogroll now also includes the RSS feeds from each individual blog and an OPML file to import all the blogs into your feedreader of choice. (/cc …

Nov 13, 2023: Show me your blogroll Blogrolls are the best artifacts of the Early World Wide Web. Or Weird Wide Web if you like. As you would look at someone’s collection of books …

Nov 13, 2023: I’m reading 📚 Ted Chiang’s bundle of short stories “Stories of your life and others”. I Just finished Seventy-Two Letters and I love how Chiang …

Nov 13, 2023: This is the obligatory testpost to see if crossposting from Micro.blog to my Mastodon account works. That’s it. That’s the post.

Nov 13, 2023: Vuurland (“Fireland”) is an online music-only radiostation by Studio Brussel, with calm, warming and easy indie/alternative songs. It is a perfect …

Nov 13, 2023: 🎶 I just Shazammed the beautiful cover of Goo Goo Dolls’ Iris, by Phoebe Bridgers and Maggie Rogers. It’s a jewel of a song.

Nov 13, 2023: I totally missed this year’s Aaron Swartz Day which was celebrated last Saturday. With talks ranging from Interop to Anarcho-transhumanist …

Nov 12, 2023: 📺 Finally started with The Wire and I understand the praise, just after 4 episodes in season 1 - ★★★★☆ (Post made with Lantern from Robb)

Nov 12, 2023: I have no idea from where this blogpost got into my 20+ Sunday-afternoon-random-tab-extravaganza but Paolo exactly describes how I do my exploring and …

Nov 12, 2023: Hi @sod, What am I doing wrong? See frankmeeuwsen.com/surprise-…

Nov 12, 2023: Here’s a newsflash you don’t need in these times: “Meta is reportedly working on an AI that reads brainwaves” (Source)

Nov 12, 2023: Micro.blog as a new home on the web From a blog meme to a new theme, my first 24 hours on micro.blog were very pleasant. It’s a quiet part of the Internet in a very good way. Much …

Nov 12, 2023: The draft blog post, which started as a small “my first 24 hours on micro.blog” thought, expands into a project description of how I might …

Nov 11, 2023: Reading through a nice mail thread from Oskar with tips on how I could setup my presence here. In the meantime, the house is getting ready for dinner …

Nov 11, 2023: Bowie the cat’s first day outside. Freedom awaits!

Nov 11, 2023: Default Apps of 2023 All of a sudden it is all over my RSS feeds, people blogging about the default apps they use for most of their online activities. OK, so yeah… …

Nov 11, 2023: First of 5 days off. No big plans, taking some rest and see what we want and can do at the end of the year.

Nov 10, 2023: Browsing in my RSS feeds and I see this post by @jack why he loves orgmode for archiving todos. I can relate. Not that I use orgmode. I try every now …

Nov 10, 2023: Trying @gluon, @icro and the official Micro.blog iOS app to see what sticks for me in both reading and writing. Even though I can also use Drafts as …

Nov 10, 2023: Let’s just try to import my WordPress posts from 2022 and see what happens. This new account is still fresh enough to break ;-)

Nov 10, 2023: Currently reading: Whole Earth by John Markoff 📚

Nov 10, 2023: Thanks for backups. I still had a backup-microblog.xml lingering on a drive. Now I’m importing my old posts from micro.blog from 2017-2018. …

Nov 10, 2023: Finished reading: With the Light: Raising an Autistic Child (With the Light, #1) by Keiko Tobe 📚 I read this first chapter of the extended manga …

Nov 10, 2023: The pressure of the first post on a new platform. Even though I was here a few years ago. Now I am back. Let’s see where it takes me.

Dec 6, 2022: That was a first! I was typing the below words on December 5th but hit Publish somewhere around midnight so the serverclock got all dizzy and …

Dec 6, 2022: It’s done with the black magic from syndicated links, webmentions and some other stuff I still don’t quite understand.

Dec 6, 2022: On the other hand, on my WordPress blog I have a two-way conversation. Reactions, boosts and likes are channeled back to my own domain. On Drummer …

Dec 6, 2022: this might even make Drummer more interesting for fast updates I can share on the federated open web.

Dec 6, 2022: Well, that seems to work just fine. You can see the toot on this page: https://indieweb.social/@frank/109463430859280446

Dec 6, 2022: So here we are, testing a new FeedtoMasto script from Dave Winer. From any webfeed, post directly to Mastodon. It looks pretty easy to setup and with …

Dec 2, 2022: Klotecorona. Helaas is de stevige griep overgegaan in een vole positieve besmetting. 5 Dagen niet naar buiten dus! En vandaag veel uitgezocht hoe we het hier thuis …

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Dec 2, 2022: Ik heb al veel Sudoku’s gespeeld, maar dat het misgaat in het laatste vakje van de NRC Sudoku vandaag is wel erg uniek.

Dec 1, 2022: Een nieuwe maand en meteen lig ik weer ziek thuis. Na de besmetting van de jongste en mijn vrouw, heb ik nu zelf een stevige griep te pakken. …

Nov 30, 2022: River Cross Wie mij kent weet, ik ben een groot fan van Pearl Jam. Hun muziek heeft me door mijn hele leven geholpen. De teksten, de fans, de tours, de muziek, de …

Nov 30, 2022: De wijze waarop je in FeedLand een eigen “newsproduct” kunt maken geeft wel een mogelijkheid om bv een losse pagina te maken met alle …

Nov 30, 2022: FeedLand testen Zo’n dag om FeedLand eens te testen. En dan kom je automatisch weer bij Drummer en Radio3 uit natuurlijk. De eenvoud om hier iets te posten, dat …

Aug 28, 2022: Overstappen op glasvezel. Inmiddels heb ik een vergelijkend warenonderzoek gedaan om over te stappen op glasvezel internet op ons adres. T-Mobile stopt met hun DSL verbinding. …

Aug 28, 2022: Oud-medewerkers van Instagram, Tesla, Google, Snap, Slack, Pinterest en Amazon besluiten een nieuwe browser te maken. Arc. Ik ben benieuwd of het wat …

Aug 27, 2022: Om de een of andere reden zit er altijd teveel tijd tussen de momenten dat ik zoiets doe. En dan moet ik steeds weer uitvogelen hoe ik het voor elkaar …

Aug 27, 2022: Vandaag zit ik weer eens te puzzelen met Glitch, Cloudflare en Drummer. Zouden ze zijn te koppelen voor een eigen domein?

Aug 26, 2022: De vakantie zit er op. Wat zal ik nu eens gaan doen? In elk geval zijn er weer genoeg blogsystemen en -ontwikkelingen om te onderzoeken en te proberen. Nu nog de tijd vinden! :-)

Aug 26, 2022: Yep. Woodstock ‘99 Trainwreck op Netflix laat zien wat een shitshow het toen was. Maar ze laten één optreden niet zien wat nog meer dan Limp …

Mar 18, 2022: Het is Mark Twain die dit zei inderdaad.

Mar 18, 2022: Er is altijd genoeg om over te schrijven maar zo weinig tijd om dat doordacht en voor ene publiek te doen. Daarom blijft het overal zo stil. Soms wat …

Mar 18, 2022: Goodmorning punks!

Feb 22, 2022: As with all new blogsystems, I try them, get excited and then I forget about them because I have my own site with WordPress. But to be honest, Drummer …

Feb 22, 2022: What would make it interesting is when Twitter really rolls out their Twitter articles that they’re testing now. How would this relate to a lot …

Feb 22, 2022: Oh it has been some time.

Dec 18, 2021: Nieuwe ontwikkelingen rondom de fundamenten van het web. Of dat nu gaat over interoperabiliteit, toegankelijkheid van informatie of digitaal …

Dec 18, 2021: Maar goed. Daarnaast hou ik ook de koersen van bitcoin en andere crypto in de gaten. En lees ik bij over Web3 en NFT.

Dec 18, 2021: Waar ik dit weekend wel eens naar wil kijken is het Tweets.opml project van Dave Winer. En van dezelfde man zijn Daytona Search project. Ik zag het …

Dec 18, 2021: Het is niet dat ik stilzit omdat het hier stil is. Of op een andere plek. Maar soms zijn er gewoon andere zaken gaande waarbij ik niet direct denk om …

Dec 2, 2021: Decentralized Knowledge Management and Web3 So here’s the thing. A lot is being said and written about this Web3 thing. A lot of people seem to know what it is. A whole lot more have no …

Nov 27, 2021: Na een middag chauffeuren voor het hockeyteam, en aanmoedigen langs de lijn zit de dag

Nov 27, 2021: Het is weekend, het is slecht weer en ik ben te vroeg wakker. Mooi tijd om eens rustig wat RSS feeds te lezen en mijn wekelijkse nieuwsbrief voor …

Nov 25, 2021: Nike in Roblox Adformatie bericht er vandaag over, Nike heeft haar eigen wereld in Roblox. Dit populaire spelplatform krijgt meer en meer aandacht van merken. …

Nov 19, 2021: Screenshot uit de editor dat voorgaande in Markdown is geschreven. It just works!

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Nov 19, 2021: Zo te zien is Dave bezig om Markdown support toe te voegen aan Drummer en Old School. Samen met de community zoeken ze uit wat de beste manier is. Dat …

Nov 14, 2021: An update to the Drummer to WordPress script A few weeks ago I published a Drumkit script that lets you publish your post from Drummer to WordPress. It works fine, but I had one small bug I …

Nov 13, 2021: Since I am part of the Oldschool Drummer Reading List... Maybe someone from the community can help me out as well with this strange timezone/hour offset problem I have with Drummer and/or Oldschool. The full …

Nov 13, 2021: Here's another post to explain the problem With a title and a text!

Nov 13, 2021: Here is a post with a title To see if we can debug this thing!

Nov 13, 2021: Today is Aaron Swartz’ Day. A time to remember the Internet’s Own Boy!

Nov 13, 2021: Ook nog iets wat ik misschien dit weekend kan bouwen. Binnen mijn Drummer-WordPress koppeling een link terug sturen vanaf mijn WordPress blog naar …

Nov 13, 2021: Het is de vraag hoelang dit blijft werken. Want bij Revue zijn ze ook niet gek. Die zullen het niet tof vinden om als doorvoerluik te worden gebruikt.

Nov 13, 2021: Het zou toch mooi zijn als het allemaal eenvoudiger kon.

Nov 13, 2021: Dus heb ik via Zapier een koppeling gemaakt waarbij nieuwe Revue abonnees worden doorgesluisd naar mijn Mailerlite database.

Nov 13, 2021: Alleen, ik gebruik Newsletter Glue op mijn eigen WordPress blog. Nieuwsbrieven worden via Mailerlite verstuurd.

Nov 13, 2021: Omdat Revue nu onderdeel is van Twitter, kun je eenvoudig abonnees aan een Revue nieuwsbrief koppelen

Nov 13, 2021: Een dag die rustig begint. In stilte, terwijl de rest van het gezin nog slaapt. Het eerste wat ik eens heb gedaan is de mogelijkheid open gezet om …

Nov 11, 2021: Volgens mij is het inmiddels al 3 maanden geleden dat ik helemaal alleen thuis was. MIjn lief is naar kantoor, kinderen op school. En ik zit in een …

Nov 10, 2021: Waarom kost werken in het CMS van klanten altijd meer tijd dan je vooraf denkt dat het zou zijn… De hele ochtend al bezig om pagina’s …

Nov 10, 2021: Auto Onze oude Volvo moest voor de jaarlijkse onderhoudsbeurt naar de garage. Ik krijg zojuist de diagnose wat er aan moet gebeuren en de kans is groot dat …

Nov 9, 2021: Oude notitieboeken Tijdens mijn lunch lees ik wat oudere blogposts in mijn feedreader. Het verhaal van Alex over zijn oude notitieboeken raakt een snaar bij me. Het is …

Nov 9, 2021: Energiemarkt Wat me deze dagen nog wel het meeste bezighoudt zijn de gewijzigde gas en stroomprijzen. Door een gedwongen overstap van Welkom Energie naar Eneco ben …

Nov 9, 2021: Als het werk weer toeneemt, neemt het losjes schrijven af. Dat merk ik wel weer. Terwijl er genoeg in mijn hoofd rondspeelt om eens op te schrijven. …

Oct 29, 2021: Happy Birthday Internet! At 10:30 p.m., 29 October 1969, the first ARPANET message was sent from this UCLA site to the Stanford Research Institute. Based on packet switching …

Oct 26, 2021: Not lost on Lost I’m re-watching the great TV show Lost, which originally aired from 2004 - 2010. It’s currently on Disney+ and I always loved this show. …

Oct 26, 2021: Backup van Drummer files Het is allemaal marginaal, maar toch fijn dat het kan. Dankzij een eenvoudig script heb ik nu de backup en remote opslag van relevante Drummer files …

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Oct 26, 2021: Give the drummer some If you’re wondering why I named this blog the way it’s named. The first I thought of when I heard the name of the service was this old …

Oct 26, 2021: Markdown to OPML Am I figuring out how to convert Markdown files from eg. Obsidian to OPML so I could import them in Drummer?

Oct 24, 2021: Meer fans van Obsidian Sinds ik afscheid nam van Evernote heb ik een paar andere tools geprobeerd om mijn notities, aantekeningen en losse gedachten bij te houden. Roam en …

Oct 23, 2021: Great script by Amit to get the post URL of earlier articles. The date-part in his script inspires me to construct a proper date for my WordPress …

Oct 23, 2021: How should I call the script? WordPress has a history of naming their releases after famous jazz musicians. Since we are on the Drummer here. I feel …

Oct 23, 2021: I added a few more items to my improvised DrummerWP-backlog. It’s great to write a script. It’s another thing to publish it and see what …

Oct 23, 2021: I have to be honest, it’s great to see this script used in the wild only an hour or so after publishing. Thanks for the support John!

Oct 23, 2021: Publish to WordPress with Drummer Why not crosspost to your WordPress blog with your Drummer CMS? When you publish a new thought on your Drummer blog, you can also post it on …

Oct 22, 2021: Adding an image browser for Public Folder and Drummer When I saw John’s script for building an image browser in Drummer from Flickr photos I figured it should be possible to use the PublicFolder …

Oct 22, 2021: Public Folder en Drummer Als alles goed werkt heb ik nu zelfs Public Folder werkend, het open source Dropbox uit het Dave Winer Universe. Hiermee kan ik eenvoudig afbeeldingen …

Oct 22, 2021: De Slegte heeft een mooi inkijkexemplaar.

Oct 22, 2021: Gisteren in de bibliotheek zag ik dit boek liggen. De achtergrond verhalen bij alle 119 songs van Jimi Hendrix. Het was te groot voor me om mee te …

Oct 22, 2021: Schrijven in Drummer De afgelopen week heb ik Dave Winer’s Drummer getest op verschillende schrijfmomenten. Als ik snel iets wilde publiceren, als ik een gedachte …

Oct 20, 2021: Vergunningen als RSS feed In onze buurt wordt veel verbouwd. Projectontwikkelaars en snelle handelaren kopen oudere panden op, splitsen ze, zetten er wat goedkope werkkrachten …

Oct 19, 2021: Small pieces loosely joined It’s always special to see history repeating. Again, with Drummer and some of the Indieweb building blocks, it should be possible to both send …

Oct 19, 2021: Wow. Dus het werkt. Nu zou het nog mooi zijn om met de Scripting taal in Drummer automatisch webmentions te sturen naar Telegraph als ik iets …

Oct 19, 2021: Bewijs dat de webmention is ontvangen op mijn eigen blog.

Oct 19, 2021: Bewijs dat de webmention is verstuurd

Oct 19, 2021: Maar als ik de link aanpas naar oldschool.scripting.com/frankmeeu… dan werkt het ineens wel prima!

Oct 19, 2021: Whoop! Nieuwe update! Om de een of andere reden werkt de combinatie Webmentions en eigen domein nog niet helemaal lekker. Toen ik bij Telegraph de URL …

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Oct 19, 2021: Webmentions via een andere service Het is altijd goed om te testen of ik webmentions kan versturen vanaf hier naar mijn eigen site, via een service als Telegraph. Door na publicatie …

Oct 19, 2021: Webmentions on Drummer? So actually one of the most interesting technologies coming from the Indieweb community is the Webmention. In it’s most simplest terms, it is a …

Oct 19, 2021: Are there actually more Dutch Drummer bloggers? The community that publishes on the Oldskool Scripting server (proxy source) is growing but it looks …

Oct 14, 2021: En een paar minuten later valt het kwartje. Dave Winer is behoorlijk tegenstander van het gebruik van https. En laat het domein frankmeeuwsen.xyz nu …

Oct 14, 2021: Er gebeurt een hoop in de eerste week van DrummerCMS. Ik lees dat het nu nog eenvoudiger is om je eigen domein aan een Drummer blog te koppelen. Dat …

Oct 13, 2021: Na een dag werken bij KLBR toch nog even wat klooien met Drummer :-)

Oct 13, 2021: Sinds drie dagen had ik al gedoe met mijn oude linkblog op Radio3. Of in elk geval, ik kreeg hem niet goed gelinkt in de tab die je bovenaan deze …

Oct 12, 2021: Old School Drummers Reading List.

Oct 12, 2021: Ik word er toch wel blij van als iemand als Jack Baty zegt: “On the other hand, Drummer does blogging in exactly the way I want to do …

Oct 11, 2021: Ik geef mezelf nog een half uurtje op de maandagavond om nog wat te klooien met Drummer. Kijken of ik het nu wel op een eigen domein kan laten landen. …

Oct 11, 2021: Een tip als je in Utrecht wilt lunchen, het Ddadi Cafe in Zijdebalen heeft prima Club Sandwiches!

Oct 11, 2021: Een nieuwe dag, een nieuwe werkweek. De snelheid waarmee je in Drummer werkt is wel opvallend

Oct 10, 2021: Update van de drummer Inmiddels heb ik een “about” pagina en een oud Radio3 linkblog gekoppeld. Bij de about page lukt het me nog niet om headers te maken. Bij …

Apr 22, 2018: Do I see @roelwillems here? Is this the same Roel from way back at Orangevalley?

Apr 22, 2018: I’m currently rolling my own solution to have tagged links in Pinboard sent periodically to my Jekyll blog as an individual article in a …

Mar 24, 2018: I am searching on the internets for some solutions on how to include a searchbar and resultspage on my Github-pages flavored Jekyll site. What are the …

Feb 26, 2018: An excellent explanation by @ron on how the Web is for all of us. So why would Google dictate us on HTTPS? I dig the fury in his words in the last …

Feb 26, 2018: I actually never tried the Reblog feature on the Micron app so I just did. Well. It works :-)

Feb 26, 2018: “Welcome to the Hotel Medium microblog.onemanandhisblog.com” (via @adders)

Feb 23, 2018: My Facebook account is deleted after a 14 day wait. So. Yeah. Now what?

Feb 16, 2018: We just finished our demo/livingroom in the office. We now have various smart home devices we can hook up to our Olisto app to test and demo. Of …

Feb 12, 2018: Ah yes. As always it’s Mr Terpstra to the rescue to get me started with a direction for the Pinboard > Jekyll connection! A “Web …

Feb 12, 2018: I started thinking about a way to make a clever connection between specific tagged Pinboard entries to a formatted and published blogpost on my …

Feb 10, 2018: I like this. Too many great quotes and ideas on blogging and selfpublishing to choose from. So I pick this one: “We need to switch mode from passive …

Feb 7, 2018: First post on the Micron app for Micro.blog. Digging it!

Feb 6, 2018: My bloggingstreak is hard to keep up. Due to family responsibilities I haven’t really written anything the last couple of days. Even half ideas jotted …

Feb 3, 2018: I love how Robin Rendle explains the upsides and possibilities of RSS in How to Read the Internet. Thanks @Eli for the pointer!

Feb 2, 2018: A warm welcome from The Netherlands to @donmelton on the Microblogs!

Jan 26, 2018: Twitter has their suggested users you might follow, Instagram has the list of interesting people/hashtags, Facebook just looks in your brain to see …

Jan 25, 2018: Lately I’ve been deep in the Internet History Podcast from Brian McCullough. Great episodes ranging from the start of Netscape to Justin Hall as the …

Jan 21, 2018: Another project to find out: When my site gets updated by Ownyourgram, it’s a different version then my local version. I have my own workflow …

Jan 21, 2018: Kinda curious how MB breaks down to countries. Do you have an idea on that @manton? I think there are at most 20 Dutch people here….

Jan 21, 2018: I think it’s time to tweak my OwnYourGram account to my blog. I do want all my IG posts local but don’t want to show them by default on my blog and …

Jan 20, 2018: Finally visited the Bonami computer- and consolemuseum in Zwolle today (Netherlands). Had sooooo much fun with my 5 year old son there with both old …

Jan 19, 2018: “Blogging, that much-maligned pastime, is gradually but surely disappearing from the Internet, and so, consequently, is a lot of online freedom …

Jan 17, 2018: A DM only iOS Twitter app. Does that exist? Not the full timeline. No lists. Just DM. #almostindieweb

Jan 13, 2018: I have a stopover in Portland to go to Amsterdam. I flew with a brand new airplane from Alaska Air. Beautiful plane but most of all a great little …

Jan 3, 2018: I will be at the CES in Las Vegas next week. We will be one of the startups in the Holland Pavilion. Will I meet some Indiewebbers there? I doubt …

Jan 2, 2018: I still need to find some time and place to tweak my own blog with the Instagram posts. Not quite happy with how it syndicates to other …

Dec 30, 2017: Here’s a first micropost from Drafts 4 with the Micro Blog Action that’s available from the app. Thanks @colinwalker and @agiletortoise

Dec 29, 2017: For all here fluent in the Dutch language (all 5 of you? ;-)), a short write up of my incredible adventures to incorporate Instagram on my site. …

Dec 27, 2017: I am looking for some help with micropub endpoints and OwnYourGram. I use this script on Github to have my own endpoint on my site. But now Instagram …

Dec 26, 2017: Pretty happy with my new Panobooks from Studio Neat.

Dec 23, 2017: Yesterday I learned about the existence of Oh My ZSH. Besides the coolest name in app history, it’s a incredible interesting framework to use in …

Dec 22, 2017: hmmm.. for some reason the feed from my test microblog on Github doesn’t send the description. Just the title. No link as well.

Dec 21, 2017: I plan to write a Dutch blogpost on Micro.blog today/tomorrow. It depends on how proactive my daughter will be for herself with the preps for het xmas …

Dec 19, 2017: I am looking for proper explanations or code-examples how to make a facepile of my webmentions. I use Jekyll on GH Pages. Any pointers are welcome!

Dec 17, 2017: The word Weblog turns 20 today. Here’s a small part of (Dutch) internethistory written in my weekly digest

Dec 15, 2017: Last Jedi. Excellent.

Dec 11, 2017: next thing to find out: Can I set the source of my blog to just the site directory of my Jekyll installation and upload that. As in a separate …

Dec 11, 2017: Working at home next to the xmas tree. Too much snow on the road…

Dec 10, 2017: This evening I read up on IOTA, a cryptocurrency for IoT devices. I think. I’m not sure what it is anymore since the articles I read are filled …

Dec 9, 2017: Is any of you familiar with Airtable? I think it’s a great app/spreadsheet/database to organize all sorts of stuff. I wrote a (dutch) blogpost …

Dec 8, 2017: 1987 feels as far away for a 14 year old kid today just as 1957 did for me when I was 14 in 1987. #morningthoughts

Dec 7, 2017: Utrecht gets a new central railway station and shopping mall. I drive by every day to get to work and I have to say I am really impressed how …

Dec 6, 2017: I just added a JSON feed to my Jekyll based blog. Took me about five minutes. Without a plugin or difficult configuration. Incredible. …

Nov 28, 2017: Anyone with some Webmention experience here? I have the working someway somehow. But is it possible to delete webmentions from my site? On this post …

Nov 26, 2017: Next task: Why doesn’t my site show the Twitter avatars in the webmentions? See diggingthedigital.com/Jim-en-An… as an example…. …

Nov 26, 2017: Well…it turns out I just have to question this stuff, start over again and all of a sudden it works. A combination of Bridgy and …

Nov 26, 2017: How do I send myself a webmention to test if the works?

Nov 26, 2017: Webmentions. I have no idea where to start. I would like to have them on my site (runs on GH pages) instead of Disqus but I can’t figure what …

Nov 26, 2017: Had quite the codefight last night (look at me all rhyming and stuff!) to try a new Jekyll theme. I ended up reading up on Git, Ruby, Bundle and Gem. …

Nov 26, 2017: My Sunday is a funday already! This Sunday is off to a good start. Already wrote my weekly digest of interesting links I found and my review of the Jim and Andy documentary on …

Nov 24, 2017: What are your thoughts on webhosting? I currently host my blog at Github Pages which is quite alright. I’ve had some experiences with webhosting …

Nov 21, 2017: Just to get a different perspective on another network then Twitter: What would be your definition of a blog? What elements would that definition …

Nov 18, 2017: Ik heb geen idee hoeveel Nederlanders hier zijn (10? 15?) Maar voor jullie heb ik wat uitleg geschreven over de #indieweb termen POSSE en PESOS. Sorry …

Nov 15, 2017: Wow…this new Firefox is fast…

Nov 12, 2017: Can anyone explain to me if there is a difference between webmentions and pingbacks? It feels the same to me. Old technology, new funky name.

Nov 12, 2017: For the Dutch microbloggers, here’s my readinglist for week 45. Of course with some IndieWeb references like @c and @colinwalker… …

Nov 7, 2017: How nice to still be able to add Medium posts with specific tags as a RSS feed in Inoreader.

Nov 6, 2017: Great post on Mondo2000 on a watch It’s this 7B2 wristwatch, though, that wins my most favor. It’s an analog, single-use tool in a digital world. …

Nov 6, 2017: Monday. Another day at the office at Triggi. I hope to feel better later today. Time for some community management now!

Nov 5, 2017: For the Dutch out here, a small observation of my first encounter with the Micropub protocol. I’m still puzzled to know what is going …

Nov 5, 2017: Currently reading “Against an Increasingly User-Hostile Web” “The major websites of today’s web are not built for the visitor, …

Nov 4, 2017: I’ve come to the conclusion that I am of age to rather leave a good party early to hang out at home until late. Than stay at said party until late. …

Nov 4, 2017: One more thing. I have my own blog running on Jekyll at Github pages. Should I use this service to crosspost from here to my blog? Where to start? …

Nov 4, 2017: Saturday morning, coffee and a first draft for my column at Numrush

Nov 4, 2017: A technology predication time capsule by @cdevroe. I like the constraint of mass market adoption in his list. I do miss a prediction of ubiquitous …

Nov 3, 2017: Mighty interesting stuff on Scuttlebutt, a decentralised secure platform. Very inspiring to see how other platforms (like this one) pop up and find a …

Nov 3, 2017: thinking about a column on recent events with indieweb stuff, facebook and the mic-conspiracy, Trump-less Twitter and all that other stuff …

Nov 2, 2017: I truly worry more and more on the state of big networks like Facebook. Articles like this in The Guardian about the newsfeedtests if FB in countries …

Oct 28, 2017: What's my usecase for Microblog? With one day left in my trial account for Micro.blog I need to figure out what my usecase would be for this. I already have my own Jekyll-based site …

Oct 27, 2017: As Ice Cube would say, today was a good day. Started with a run in the park. Did some fun support & community work for Triggi. Had a nice lunch …

Oct 26, 2017: I’m still figuring out how “owning your own content” helps me to engage on other networks. The startingpoint of IndieWeb always seems to be me …

Oct 25, 2017: As a keyboard lover and support agent or our app, I’d love to have a better naming-scheme for the various emoji. Instead of typing :wink: and …

Oct 24, 2017: After a brief hiatus I will resume running again tomorrow at 6 AM. Step one: Don’t make me think about my clothes this early. Make sure they’re ready.

Oct 23, 2017: Voor de Nederlandse microbloggers, hier is een blogpost met links naar mijn Numrush columns. Hoe meta wil je het hebben :-) …

Oct 22, 2017: this is an interesting project. Indieweb: the book. I would read it. Missed it long enough.

Oct 22, 2017: So hey. This is me. Riding the microblog wave for now. Saying hi to @manton to let him know I exist in this space. Now what?

Oct 22, 2017: Everyone should blog? According to Jack, we should. But meh… we had that hype 15 years ago. Too much hassle for a lot of people. They want to connect. They want a …

Oct 22, 2017: Had this amazing Beer Geek Breakfast by Mikkeler last night. Worth trying out if you run into one!

Oct 22, 2017: Sundays are good for catching up on my RSS-subscriptions (InoReader is my favorite reader of the week, all bow down to the OPML export options to …

Oct 19, 2017: Is this thing on? Hello? Hello? Is this thing on? 1,2,1,2… Hey ho let’s go!